Moon Dong Eun is a byword for victims of school violence, said “The Glory” writer Kim Eun Sook
Writer Kim Eun Sook of “The Glory” sent generous support and affection to all “Moon Dong Eun” in the world.
Writer Kim Eun Sook said through Netflix on March 29th, “I don’t think it’ll be enough to say thank you until I die. Korean viewers~ And viewers around the world~ I’m so excited right now.”
Netflix’s series “The Glory”, which she wrote, tells the story of a woman who was broken to her soul by childhood violence and embarks on a meticulously planned revenge, and the people who get caught up in the vortex of that revenge.
Following Part 1 in December last year, Part 2 was released on March 10th, captivating viewers not only in Korea but also around the world. Right after its release, it topped the non-English category for 3 consecutive weeks and is enjoying explosive topicality and popularity enough to record 413.05 million hours of cumulative viewing.
Above all, the awareness of school violence was once again solidified through “The Glory”. Recently, an official from the entertainment industry told OSEN, “The cast contract between the past and present has changed. Until a few years ago, there was no provision for school violence celebrities, but now it has been added.”
In particular, Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo), the main character of “The Glory”, has become a byword for victims of school violence. Song Hye Kyo created a character of a lifetime once again by playing Moon Dong Eun, and everyone sincerely supported her revenge. All victims of school violence must have also gained great comfort and courage.
Regarding this, writer Kim Eun Sook comforted victims of school violence, “My dear Dong Eun. It must have been painful. You must have cried a lot. Thank you so much for coming all the way here. It must have been hard, but I want you to know that all the roads you’ve walked have become a ‘map’ for someone. So in the spring… I hope you bloom in full, Dong Eun.”
Meanwhile, writer Kim Eun Sook entered the ranks of star writers starting with “Lovers in Paris” (2004). She has since written “Lovers in Prague”, “Lovers”, “On Air”, “The City Hall”, “Secret Garden”, “A Gentleman’s Dignity”, “The Heirs”, “Descendants of the Sun”, “Goblin”, “The King: Eternal Monarch” and “The Glory”.